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Oct 7, 2012 4:30am PDT
. >> that may be the secret sauce that parent always pushed their children to go on to greater educational heights and to advance so they could help the company move into the next millennium century. >> lincoln bloom iii, president of new york city's hundred-year association is a also an entrepreneur himself. but as head of an organization which focuses on the city's oldest multigenerational enterprise, clint knows what it takes for a business to survive. >> i would say that businesses that will survive as family business, the next generation finds a way to innovate. and leverage the assets that they have. >> really keeping up with production beautifully. >> that's just what andrew has done here. first, he leveraged his labor force of wood workers by developing and sell be a line of outdoor furniture can which can be produced during winter when rooftop tank construction slows to a halt. >> they have guys that work with wood, they have wood shops. they found a way to expand their line. >> fact is, it allowed us to keep the only wood shop open for wooden waters tanks that is still in busines
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